Sounds like the week was good. Read D&C 121:43. Also do not stop scripture studies. We've started so many times, just to stop. There's a scripture in Matthew that say he who has put his shoulder to the plow and looks back isn't worthy of the kingdom of God. You can interpret that many ways but simply, when you start something, don't stop. I need to apply that better in my life. Sometimes things are difficult, reading scriptures daily, prayers, getting up on time, but some obstacles we just have to face straight up and climb over. I like something Elder Richard G. Scott said, that daily scripture study and prayer is more important than sleep, food, work, or school. There were a lot of talks that talked about being an example, in deed not just in word. Something for parents is that kids will remember things for the rest of the life, things that affected them, and those things will help them become great people. Something I remember and something that we always did good is keeping the Sabbath Day Holy. I remember complaining that other families watch sports and do other things so why couldn't we? Now that I see and understand better that example and rule will always stick with me, the importance of the Sabbath.
Anyway, things have been good. The mission is awesome, I wouldn't leave it for the world. We got changes today as you know. I'm in a different sector now with a different companion from Chile. He's good.
Conference was great! I don't even know what to say, it was all so good. I liked the talk about Joseph Smith that his name would be had for worse and worse as we approach the second coming. I liked all the talks about the Prophet and the importance of following him. An impression I got is that we are heading into hard times. I thought a lot about my patriarticle blessing which talks a lot about hard times. I also like a talk by Elder Jorg something. One of the 70 that was called last conference. It was super good. Hope you heard the part about exercise ;).
Have a great week and know you are always in my prayers! Love your son,